Location privacy in vehicular communication systems: a measurement approach

@inproceedings{Ma2011LocationPI,
  title={Location privacy in vehicular communication systems: a measurement approach},
  author={Zhendong Ma},
  year={2011}
}
As an enabling technology for boosting cooperations on the road, the emerging vehicular communication systems have the promise to greatly improve road safety, traffic efficiency, and driver convenience through vehicle-to-vehicle and vehicle-to-infrastructure communications. However, since many envisioned applications and services require a user to constantly reveal his locations, the user is in danger of loosing his location privacy. Hence, in the context of vehicular communication systems, a… CONTINUE READING

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